Tag Archives: Opening

WISHING DOESN’T MAKE IT SO, BUT. . .

Wishing doesn’t make it so. But really wanting, and someway or other wistful asking, sometimes without an ounce of active hunting, reveals an opening where your path and its for any fleeting moment kiss, which then gives you a sporting … Continue reading

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THE CROSSING

Near tears. No not near. There. A leap of faith I now no longer need to take. It’s took. I’ve breached the breadth of one said stream– what looked a river, despite my spine-chill-prompted shiver, was but a brook. Thank … Continue reading

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HEART BREATH

Take a breath, and open up the space between the cells that form your heart, though, to expose your soul in such a change abrupt feels like to dwell in your dark nightmare of death, Exhale, inhale. . . and … Continue reading

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A GREAT BIG FLOWER POISED TO SPRING

Just like a really great big flower poised to spring out from a bump upon its branch. A bud still closed, a pulsing life that winter froze, whose color from that tight bright bud spreads out its wings, and bounces … Continue reading

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THE BLOOMS OF POSSIBILITY BREAK OUT

Aching with the breaking blooms of possibility Drought shrunk trunks grown rigid, brittle, dry for years. . . thirst amply slaked a strange sensation long forgot, now recalled from root to top, by one season’s rains aplenty. . . The … Continue reading

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RELAXING WINTER’S GRIP

One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, deep winter blues loose the worst grip of their clenched talons, as slow unwinds this first week of the year– a wet, dark, low and floating balance, Last day of this first line … Continue reading

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PLEIN AIR WINTER MORNING

On a roll, back in the act, begun from a run of deathly, restless sleep, one step tentative, yet bold out for a stroll, plein air, winter morning. . . for sure, yes, cold, but the brilliant yellow leaves that … Continue reading

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